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Feel the Bass - It's Festival Time

Posted on 06/05/2016

Music is one of the most powerful influences in the world, a beautiful culmination of notes and lyrics that wrap around each other to create melodies that entwine with our very souls. The power to make us leap with joy or weep in sorrow, there is one universal constant in this world that has the ability to motivate us out of absolutely nothing – music.

Join us at one of these iconic concerts this year and be a part of an occasion where you will always leave with a smile.

Capital FM Summertime Ball 2016

Saturday 11th June 2016

Capital FM Summertime Ball

In just a few short weeks the music scene explodes with the world-famous Summertime Ball which returns to London’s iconic Wembley Stadium on Saturday 11th June 2016. This year’s show is expected to blow everyone away with some of the biggest names in pop set to make an appearance, from Zayn, his first solo show in the UK, to the Dangerous Woman – Ariana Grande.

Also set to appear are Little Mix, who bring their high energy performances back to stage and the magnificent Jess Glynne, the Queen of the Vodafone Big Top 40. Nick Jonas and Craig David will be sure to get everyone on their feet while Sigala and Flo Rida are sure to keep them there. With a line up this good Wembley Stadium is definitely the place to be.

 

Live at Chelsea

Friday 17th – Sunday 19th June 2016

Live at Chelsea

Live at Chelsea is a new concert series based at the Royal Hospital Chelsea, London. Inaugurated in 2015 with performances from Rufus Wainwright, Damien Rice and Alison Moyet this venue provides a fantastic backdrop to some truly special music.

On the opening night the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra will perform with some spectacular fireworks. Saturday sees classic 80’s band Wet Wet Wet perform, best known for ‘Love is All Around’ and ‘The Troggs’. The final night welcomes the incomparable Simply Red, Mike Hucknall will be bringing the soul to the party with hits like ‘Stars’ and ‘Big Love’.

 

Glastonbury Festival

Wednesday 22nd – Saturday 26th June 2016

Glastonbury Festival

A five day festival like no other, Glastonbury is synonymous popular music, with literally thousands of people descending on Somerset for an experience of a lifetime. Glastonbury is the largest Greenfield Festival in the world and always attracts the biggest names in the music industry.

2016 will see a near unbeatable line up of Muse, Adele, Coldplay, Foals, Beck and Jeff Lynne’s ELO among a sea of unforgettable names spread over one hundred stages. Get your boots on, this is the place to this summer.

 

FOLD Festival 2016

Friday 24th – Sunday 26th June

FOLD Festival

The first ever music event to be staged at London’s Fulham Palace, FOLD Festival will boast an incredible setting within the historic gardens of Fulham Palace house. Grammy award winning composer, producer, arranger and guitarist Nile Rodgers brings together some absolutely fantastic acts spanning every popular genre today.

The inaugural event will see Labrinth, Chic, Alison Moyet and Jesse Rose take the stage on Friday 24th June. Saturday sees Beck, Anne-Marie, Emin and Nicole Moudaber, and finally John Newmand, Grace, Incognitio and Krystal Klear take over on Sunday. A warm welcome awaits guests to this beautiful setting, be immersed in the music, join us there.

 

Wireless Festival 2016

Friday 8th – Sunday 10th July 2016

Wireless Festival

The extraordinary Wireless Festival returns to London’s Finsbury Park for another weekend of Pop, Dance, Urban and R&B. With an amazing line up of artists already announced, Wireless is famous for its surprise appearances and exclusives, making it the capital’s go-to festival for those after the best live performances around.

Friday’s headliner Calvin Harris is sure to get the party started with Chase & Status set to carry on the trend through on Saturday and Boy Better Know and Kygo finishing the weekend in style. With a host of other big names thrown into the mix like Jess Glynne and Martin Garrix this is shaping up to be the biggest Wireless Festival yet!

 

Kew the Music

Tuesday 12th – Sunday 17th July 2016

Kew the Music

Kew the Music returns in 2016 for its seventh year for a glorious outdoor extravaganza in the beautiful Kew Gardens. Simply Red open on Tuesday followed by Will Young one of the UK’s best loved pop stars. ABBA revival band Bjorn Again kicks off Thursday in style with Jools Holland appearing on Friday. The Corrs will bring their signature style of pop folk to stage on Saturday with the Gipsy Kings rounding things off on Sunday.